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post #1 of 12
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i have 2 pieces but i dont know what they are called, what they were used for and any idea what they are worth? anyone know? thanks
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post #2 of 12

Second one appears to be a harrow. The first one is hard to tell from the picture, almost looks like a planter of some sort.

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post #3 of 12

Second one is definately a plow or harrow depending on who you are talking to. First one after closer review appears to have been used to weed between rows while crop was growing.

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post #4 of 12
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thanks i keep looking for information and cant come up with anything without a name its tough

tested flock.2013 raising buff,gold and silver laced polish and Columbian wyandottes only.

 Holland lops,  lionx lops and Flemish giants.

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tested flock.2013 raising buff,gold and silver laced polish and Columbian wyandottes only.

 Holland lops,  lionx lops and Flemish giants.

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post #5 of 12

I just googled pictures of antique horse drawn farm equipment and started going through them. But we have also had a few plows in the past. I just couldn't remember if it was plow or harrow and they are basically the same machine. Harrows are usually a bit lighter duty and sometimes had spring tines where the plow was more rigid and the blades on the tines could usually be changed for different applications. They also spelled it different ways either plow or plough.

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post #6 of 12

first one's a cultivator, the second ones a harrow wink

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post #7 of 12
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i found the second one on line it is a horse drawn cultivater

the 1st i havent found yet



i am still confused arent i


Edited by chickn - 11/9/09 at 5:30pm

tested flock.2013 raising buff,gold and silver laced polish and Columbian wyandottes only.

 Holland lops,  lionx lops and Flemish giants.

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tested flock.2013 raising buff,gold and silver laced polish and Columbian wyandottes only.

 Holland lops,  lionx lops and Flemish giants.

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post #8 of 12
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any idea of age or what they would be worth?

tested flock.2013 raising buff,gold and silver laced polish and Columbian wyandottes only.

 Holland lops,  lionx lops and Flemish giants.

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tested flock.2013 raising buff,gold and silver laced polish and Columbian wyandottes only.

 Holland lops,  lionx lops and Flemish giants.

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post #9 of 12

Whats the prise of srap metal

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post #10 of 12
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Whats the prise of srap metal


price you mean?

offer was for $50 each not sure about scrap metal

tested flock.2013 raising buff,gold and silver laced polish and Columbian wyandottes only.

 Holland lops,  lionx lops and Flemish giants.

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tested flock.2013 raising buff,gold and silver laced polish and Columbian wyandottes only.

 Holland lops,  lionx lops and Flemish giants.

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